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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

2 'Is not rec.itberliiK. Hovrever. the. gen•r.il coTidlllon of the patient 1« not Irflhqullr.lng. becatise of tbo stale of de-jrf-sslon, which at intervals Increases." As win ho pern by the morning bulletin, ths Pope's condition to-dny is not go favorable n? It w;i3 lftst nlgbt, ilu«j to tlie fftct that -the Improvement aftT th« operation of yesterday has not asttimod Iho propoiiloiis tlin dootora •wti-hPfl. Wliile the inflummallon "f tbo luiißS Is dftr.reaslnr, tha pV.lent's R'n•ml condition does not Improve, and there Is n. tendency towards a radlo.il ■thatigo for 1h» worse. Tho Pontiff Is extremely weak, nnd even chloral seems In have lost its power to rlvb tlie puffprer the relief Of lrnn«juH rest. BePlder, whr.-t depresses tho Pope is the difficulty bo 1s rxprrlencliig in l>reathInir. At ilmos he appears to bo upon tlie point of Btrnntnilatlnn. i\nd then bis breathing rrra<Tunlly becomes Weaker, until Ills heart jipp.-trently nt"P=. T!1 ,OOD-POIRONINfI. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

GROWTH OF TROLLEYS increase In Values from 1890 to 1902 Greatest Known. $2,308,000,000 IS INVESTED Number of Miles Operated by tho Country's 987 Corporations is 22,676— Pennsylvania Has 98 Companies— Dividends. (Sneclni to Thn Tlmon-PlMintrh.) WASHINGTON, July S.-Tho Census Unreau, In its bulletin on street railroad?, Rhows probably the most extensive Increase of values known In any period of development In nny nno line of Industrie!'. From 8.123 miles of slnKin track mllcnge In 1590 there has been ;m Increase .to B?,S7G mlka | n \<,m, Thi H embraces all but twenty-two roads In the country; those failed to reply to the request for Information. There urn 817 nperuting roads and 3"t; leased lines, making In nil W7 compnnlep. The capitalization and funded flebt of nil the roads In the country I* 12, ?m, ooo.noo. The average rnpitni p (i r mile is jon.^7. Th<3 totnl income for all roads was, Inst year. $260,(XW,000, and the expenses, J219.(WViCO. There are 133,010 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

1 The Times-Dispatch PnMNTi*! D«fly wid Weekly «t N«. 4 North Tenth Street, Kiehmond", T(u Entered January 27, IPO3, at Richmond. Vn., ft* SecondOn** Matter, under Act of Congress °f March S, 1870. Tlib DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ti •old nt 2 re.nts fl eopjr. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH I* •old nl fi cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ny matt— M cents a month : $5.00 n. year, $2.60 for d» months; $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail J2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, sn?ludfn/r Sunday, in Richmond and Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, >r 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. ■ The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, FI.OO year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications -will not be returned unless accompanied by stumps'. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 810 East. Brontf Street. THURSDAY, JtTLT 9, 100? Persons leaving the city for the-sum-mer should order The Times-Dispatch mailed to them. Pri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

KILLING IN MANCHESTER A Supreme Court Decision Upholds the Act. THE MILITARY IS SUPREME Vhe Utterances of tho Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on a Case Similar to the One of July Fourth. Tn vlo*' of the shooting of Luther Taylor by the military In Manchester July <th tho publication Is timely of the Interpretation of the existing law In curb eases an pet forth by Judge Mltohell, passed on a similar case, hut leading lawyers feel satisfied n would take the During i n«! summer of 1002 a strike beflnniriK with a labor union known as the Inlted -Mlno Workers of America, bpread through nearly the wholei of tho unthracltecoal region In Pennsylvania. As time lirogTej-sed it was uccompanlod with inrreaaing disorder and violence on the part of tho strikers and their sympathizers so that threatß and Intimidation noj only of men, but of th»j!r women nnd children, rioting, bridge burning. etouln« and Interference with railroad trains, deatrurtlon of property and killing of nonunion wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

8 MISREAD ORDERS The Direct Cause of Fearful Wreck at Rocßflsh. NUMBER KILLED WAS 22 The Miscount Was Due to the Mutilated and Dismembered Condition of Some of Dead— The Wounded at Hospital Doing Well. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) CHARLOTTES VILLK, VA.. July B.— At Pcrley A Snns' undertaking establishment fit midnight there were collected what we're estimated iho remains of twenty-four persons. When the work of preparing- the dead for burial, which was begun at S o'clock, was finished at R o'clock this morning. It was found that there -jvero twenty-two. This miscount resulted from tho mnnpled condition of many and the mlsjnlnlnp of parts In the hurry and confusion attending thp arrival of tho victims at the undertakers'. This leaves the wreck, however, the ■worst of recent years In Virginia, the fatalities doubling those In thp terrible disaster at Fat Nancy trestle, at Orange, on the sum? railway, about eighteen years ago. The -wreck of the Southwestern Vftstfbule Limited nt Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT John R. Proctor Is Mentioned for Position. CURRENCY LEGISLATION Next Speaker of the House of Representatives Sayt None Will Be Enacted at the Coming Session of Congress. The Times-Dispatch Bur«*u, No. 141? G Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, July Bth. A distinguished alumnus \of the University of Virginia, in discussing to-day the matter of election of a president of tho institution, expressed some • surprise and much regret that tho Board of Visitors had not considered the niutio of Hon. John R. Proctor, president of tho United SUtes Civil Service Commlß»!on. "Mr. Proctor Ib a man of broad culture." he said, "a collage man In th« best sense of the word, a native of Kentucky and a veteran Of the Confederate axmy with a distinguished record. In addition to these, he is a Virginian by de:ic«;nt, and nn ardent admirer of the old State and her past and present, a genuine JeHersonlan Democrat. Mr. Proctor l» a man of fine literary ability and possesses a vast store of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

B iiTAKTED. »n •cwrarHnh^d. Inntworthy lady CANTASSF.R: Tr«ntccl alike for Richmond. MAnchestpr, Pcfcriihiirg. Norfolk end other • ttrnctlrp. qn'ck Kcltlns:, rn.TP.v-Rot'tlnß book, •nd collect (ik ch<? foil;": an active, rf«ol!it<> wnrkfr ought to fell 2.S to Ml <vp\e* of th;« t»»ntlf«l hook dnllt, rp.Mirlng from *B.S« to »lS.ftO c»«h per da r for (.eMlces. F«r IfltfiN Tie* »ddrr*» RUCCKSB, «t this ofTlcc. &AXTED, ten thoroufhl!? ouperienctd SALESGIRLS; Don* hnt those with experience need make applied t'onj po'l'-lons permanent. ApWANTED, experienced XADT Solicitors. Apply by mall only. P. TRKNT. enre Murphy's Hotel. . HELP WANTED— MaHE OAKPENTERS WANTED at Canton EleTator No. S, Baltimore, lid.; i«-nge«, J3 per dny of 10 nour». WANTED, an experienced SALESMAN, having •old calf-ndors and novrltles for ndveitlKli.j!; eommlMlon SS 1-3 per cvnt. Address RAM. M'NALI.Y AND COMPANY. 1« Flflh Aremie, Xcw York. WANTED, good, utout roun...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

MARKET JNACTIVE Professional Traders Made Unavailing Efforts. RELAPSE TO STAGNATION During the Early Hours tho Rate of Activity Equalled Last Hour of Tuesday, but Volume for Day Was Very Small. (My Awoirlmed Prens.) NEW YOIIK, July S.-riofcKloiml trader)! madfl another unavulllim uttoinpt to (lwnkch homo dofrrco of imtlvlty In ilio nodi market to-duy. During tlio Mrly niurkut tho riite of activity wns e'l'i'il to tin) expanded (jrulliiks of tlm letlcr part of yt-slcitluy, but ilio pubsßr quoiit iiliipMj wiih Into Kiiuh a gompleta VtiiKiintloii Hint tlm total dealing* for tho flay (iroMicti back to nhout tlm lowest record level for iho year, in urn ii X iii ot tho ni'JMilnx'ii dovoluiinienlH ye.ftortiay'a lato drivo Ht United Stated Stoel rtoclcn ►ccmod to have no other purpose than to \lrn\\l\r. 11 bolter vaiituuo ground for an uinvni'd Htsirt. Tlio Ht'iinnivnt of iho corporation's phiiiliik.s for tlio (luaiter just pas Hod, with 1 1 m decredso ol }i.W\w} from the cortoppoiidliiß (|...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

ttO Miller & Rho&ds< Miller 6 Rho&ds. WEATHER FOR EC AST—Thursday fair; light, variable winds. Very Low Prices For Silk and Mohair Dresses We -want to see every one of these splendid Summer Suits out of the house inside the next two weeks, and here's our plan to get them out, $10.00 FYmlru-d Silk Suits rr»w 95.00. SIS.On Ptn Chwflt Taffeta Butts now fia.o9 Black Taffeta Suits now $T.no. pia.Ro. 110.00 and Jiaw Suit*, either Mohair W pftM) fle g^ SuJtS( wltb blua Jaco, 915.80. I *«V.OO. Embroideries at About Half Price. Neat Cambric Edges, 2 inches wide, just He a yard. Swiss Galloons for 10c, that are worth from 15c to 30c. Swiss and Nainsook Edges— and all hand loom work, by the wa j — for 121-2c — just half exactly of their real value. In AJlovers we have ten patterns in Swiss and Nainsook— all neat patterns that are selling rapidly at $1.00 the yard— most of them be'ng two dollar values. THE TWO VANREVELS By BOOTH TARKINOTON. Copyrig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION ™l thb times, founded use W. v THE DISPATCH, I^OUNDED lffiO '"Natatorium/ dat sign.said. I .bet', dat. means a di'rnond factory.-' "Uh! I hopes I.don't.break.de lookin'. glass." • J 'l l .U,jiever.-.tpuch.watcr.«g > jn_as.long's liiyeT' J WHOLE NUMBER, 1 6,255. BICHMOXD VA., SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1903. "Hully.gee! . De hull floor's covered wid.a iookin'. glass J" Splash I Bubble-ble-ble — gurgle-gle-glel "Te idea!— a. tramp Jn.SWIMMJN'.I Oh, py, jimminy!" "Mabbc I. won't. roll in.wealt r ''when I get throo.here." Bubble-ble-ble— -gurgle-gle-gle J , ' "You pk>ckhet,.ditn't,you know.dot's a. SWIMMIN'. FACTORY!" THREE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

SOLDIERS' LETTERS News from the Camp to Dear Ones at Home. WAR-TIME LITERATURE Description of the Conditions Preceding the Battle of Seven Pines and the Seven Days' Fights—Anecdotes and Poetry. 1 Letters written from Hip Confederate •amps l>y one officers nnd BOldlers to iheir dear ones nt home have, a pntiu.tio iiitcceßf'now, nml tire entferty read by U-.ose who (ire In the lift.b!t of pftruslni; lids column. We wish we couUI net more ■Bt'them.* They *lvo the very fcfcml ""■> spirit »f the times ns no other writings ,lo or can Here we have three from jfcfiesterfleia Otey, major commanding the Battalion, which distinguished itself at Seven Pines, where it was attached U> Its' Brltfulr. anrt where the Major Waa killed. lib; letters '$ h lckah6mthy B*«mp. MJy C;^ by way 'if Hi<' Old Churuli, fiai CC The y movemcnta of both armies arc slmP Ti,p t nn HH e ws lof1 of the destruction of the Vlr<rlnla was Heard hero with feelings of un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

A Jack-of- AH -Trades in Every State of the Union. ( AND STILL MOVING ON Experiences of William Allen, a Virgin ian Who Has Filled Fifty-one Positions in Fift3en Years— His Life Story by Himself. F-* \ ROM Stain to State, from tho Alantlo to the Pacific, from Minnesota to Texas, through '»!"•«-»' all seasons foi fifteen years, *ftW*»J William Allen, a native ol Virginia, whoso father was for several terms Speaker nf the House of Delegates, hns traveled, nnd In thosso fifteen years he ban hold—and lout— fifty-one Jobs: one every three months. Hn In afflicted with what tho German? cnll "wanderlust" — an Irrepressible deslra tr roam. Southward In the autumn, north with the Bwalfowa In the aprltiß, blown ejistwnrd by pome vagrant wind, or weftwnrd by an IcHo whim— this wrs William Allen's yearly Itinerary. It could not be called a programme.. He traveled In whatever direction traveling was oaaleat, and along- the lino of least resistance. He crossed the continent four times without a do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

Prof. Garrison's Story of Texas. Composition of High Merit' and Very Interesting and Instructive as a Narrative. The Making of a Great State. "REJECTED OF MEN 1 ' I Greatßook i»y Howard Pyie in Which ihe Savior is ."Represented ns Coming lo the World in the Twentieth Century— "The Downgor Countess and fhe American Girl." By Lillian 8011. TEXAS, A CONTEST OF CIVILIZATION. By George P. Garrison. Published by Hotighton, Mlfflin & r "-- Boston, in The American Commonwealth Series. 51-10 net. rrofe=°or Garrison's story of the. natoSTSS ™* the hktorJcaP d«v^ ment of the great Sta.e of rexaa IS a composition of very hlrh merit, aa-ab-sorblngly interesting In narration as II is cnnvinclngly aCcuraie In substance, the University of Texas, Inconspicuous as It has been "heretofore, gains prestige every year from the practical and original work of Its faculty and students; and tho scholarship of its professors Is manifest, cd in the historical study at the hands of Professor Garriso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

c The Pretty Summer Girl With Well-rounded White Throat Glad of Chance •hft collnrless gown Is all the go with tins year's summer girl. And the girl vlth tho well-ronnfied white throat Ib happy 1 ! nnd Incidentally her masseuse. Tlip girl Is glad to have a chance to show her pretty throat, nnd her rnaSBGUSO has never been, fio btisy In all her life before nn Blnco the f;iHhlon edict, went forth that the hlfth collar must pn. It. is not only waists, but coats, that nre cut In thin new fashion, which many tirnPH.lK extremely unbecoming. Tt win at the ttorie Bhow laul fall that the first collarlo.is bodice made its npj ppnrinff. Thai It created v great sensation goes without naylng. The few women who wor<: thrlr gowns minus the Block collar ami cut low enough to show Iho throat, did so tremblingly. And the women who saw them frowned on the now fashion and would have none of It. But gradually the collarlesH gown has ■won Us wny Into favor with tho fashinniMe girl. This pummcr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

« Vacsvtion-Time TdJk/* for Boys About the Rea! Power of the Body A Branch of Physical Culture. That, is Neglected Strnnpely, Although It is One of the Most Tniportnut—Tho ShnmWinp Walk of Many AthIctos Who Hnvo Is'ovr-r Learned Whnt. to Do With Thoir Bodies. WHY MOST PEOPLE JOSTLE 11 IATCH i person walk and you TA/^ can tell whether or not he Is fT strong and healthy. ?55iJ5 The athlete who ha* overgwaiEll developed part of his body it the necessary expense of the rest, is betrnytxi by his walk almost every time. Not one out of ted athletes walks correctly. He can't. A top-heavy locomotive or ship would wobble Just the same way when it move?. Vet lots nf bbys, nnd men. too, are rather proud of walking stlflly when they hnvp hofnin to lny on muscle. Some nf them trrad heavily like a track horse. Others wilk ?o flatly that their legs bow outwards. Others talk Instead of walking l/onk st any athletic Meld when the contestants appenr on the ground, and observe, how few nf them really w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

c iO?.0' : ,O s .O J .o'o'«o- ; 0'0 4 0O i .0 1 040 i OIO : O i 0 1 0 J o'O i O>o^o*O s O I Mother Goose Paint | I Books as Prizes 1 O For Clever T. D. C. C. Mc'mbcrs. '-' O4O 4 O• OI O*,O? O*oso* OiO »/O'jOSCHO? O^O JO ; OJO J O* O* O s OJO J O s O s OJO J O » bc lO "Motiier Goobo Paint Boi'.kP." hftHd«Amely bound, containing verse. Illustrations • nil. bejjt rif ill, paints nud a brush for fiituiP iolor wotk. All UfOBiJ Who enftHgo In Ilin contfcstfl will bo. enrrillod us members of ih'* T. I>. <". ('.. and badges will '"'.• BCht to them All boys nnd girls who purpose contributing tv the clUb arc Invited to send 'I'hi if is never a boy or n girl xvlio is not fond of ''Mother Ciobse." tloea not lovo hur ■Jinglcß mid appreciate her noiuoiip* rhymes. Th^ erillor remembera ;i litilo hoy once who stoutly declared thnt lie rould never memorlr^ poetry, mid that ho haled It. This very boy wan dlpcovrini one day In the ftot Of spinning out "LltUn j jny fjlu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

THE TTMKS-DiISPATHT, JltcW^tOND, VA- THLY/ia, 190,3. A Hair«iQi.ciisjn& .Siory of Ac!vcntui*G, 'In Pour Chapters. Cliapfci* , !• •copm&cim.bT'v'tcuuLfn.^QnuDmuttnubvintHnii. • (TO BE.. CONTINUED- NEXT SUK!>AY)

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

THREE SECTIONS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON', July 11.— Forecast for iSunday and Monday: Vlrglnln-Thimdr.-rgtormfi nnd not co •warm Sunday. Monday ralr, with Hpliik i«fh|Mratttresi light, vnrintilo winds, with ocenßidnal thunder squalls on the coast. North Carolina— Shower* Sunday; er>nlnr In Interior. Monday showers; light nouthTsfiit wind?. Almost, unbearable vrn* tli» temperature yesterday until r storm broke over the city late In the afternoon, clearing the atmosphere and reducing tho lernperatufe eighteen degrees In a Minrt tlmn. More ihunderßtormo nrr> njcpoi-trd to-day, and It ■xv l l l bo cooler. statk OP TUB THERMOMETER. C A. M S7 3- M S P, M ~^< X P. M 0« R P. M Tfi i^ midnight *2 Average 7UKi!i>M temperature yesterday 2" JyOWiwit tomporalUPQ yesterday ■» Menu temperiitnrf» yestordny S8 Normal tempenituro yostord.iy M Tipparturn from normal temperature.. (<% Precipitation 'luring past 24 hours 'M .Jul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

3 Im* «lmo«t Apparently been brldßSil over fey tb* nntlonal sympathy with the dying I*ope. Cnrdinal Oreglia. Ordinal OrfßllA Is crodltort with tlift Intention of no! leaving nnythlnp at the VBtlr«n untouched during his short j>e> rlr>d nf Fiipremo power, whfn. nfipr tjio tJpsth of J^npo Ivfn. br> wMI be Pope CartneHnpo until a new V'.rps Is elected.. It it known thst h« hM nlrpady dirpctpil thAt. even tho work nprrssnry to build rM!n for the conclave nnd lh* -wnllinß \tp of thP piilraiH-ps, rtr.. slinU not bi» rtnnn by 1h« regular pnjml nrrblterts nnd ■fnplnf^rp, Mftntturel nml Pchnelder, but hy n pfrsnn rnjoylnc bis oonfldPticf, find thnt he hn." prlrctrd nn OUtsldtft, J^iiKlnopr P.ns.l, with whom bo Ims nlr^Bdy rnnferrpd rfpnrdinrr the mutter. Ho hn.« mlso .chosen Controller Rnssl nocicpprs in supply nil the necessities, puMi ns food, -medicine?, tbp services of hnrbTs. nnd doctors, etc., rorinlrpd Insldn Hip rnnclnv. Kntnrnlly, thf-sn m...

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